Cannot enable HDD vibration protection

I disabled the vibration protection and cannot enable it again. I have accessed utilities and the screen to turn it on is greyed out.
I called Toshiba support and they told me to restore to a previous date. No matter what date I choose, I receive an error every time I try to restore.
Any suggestions?

Hi
Which error you receive exactly if you try to restore to an earlier point?
As far as I know HDD proection utility creates also a new service. That means you should also check if the service can be started properly in start > run > services.msc
And as Paolo30 worte you should try reinstalling the application. I dont know which notebook you have but normally you can find everything here:
http://eu.computers.toshiba-europe.com > Support & Downloads > Download Drivers

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